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Help for Small Businesses & Independent Contractors

Help for Small Businesses & Independent Contractors

By In&Out Magazine Staff — Expanded financial help from the federal government to ease the coronavirus crunch is now available to small businesses and individual workers. Here is an overview based on documents at the Small Business Administration website (www.sba.gov) and analysis by Heather Maxwell, executive director of the Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce. Paycheck […]

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If You Can Help, or if You Need Help

If You Can Help, or if You Need Help

In&Out Magazine Staff — Local charities expect a lot of need now. If you can help, join us and make a donation. Individuals can donate $400 to either of the following two organizations and get a dollar-for-dollar tax credit from the state, or $800 for a married couple (ask a tax pro for details or […]

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How the New Federal Aid Package May Benefit Anthem-Area Businesses

How the New Federal Aid Package May Benefit Anthem-Area Businesses

Editor’s Note: Heather Maxwell, Executive Director of the Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce, provided to members today the following overview of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). It is republished here with Maxwell’s permission. I’m happy to bring you good news that relief is on the way. Earlier today, Congress approved […]

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Growing Chamber of Commerce Moving into Big Office Complex
By May 29, 2018 Read More →

Growing Chamber of Commerce Moving into Big Office Complex

By Robert Roy Britt — The Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce—serving an area from the Loop 303 north to Black Canyon City—has inked a deal to lease office space in the long-empty, two-story, 65,000-square-foot Anthem Corporate Center at 3715 Anthem Way. The chamber plans to open its offices and a visitors center, with a sign […]

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New Restaurant & Retail Planned for Empty Anthem Lot

New Restaurant & Retail Planned for Empty Anthem Lot

By Robert Roy Britt — The undeveloped corner lot in the Anthem Marketplace (aka Safeway Plaza) that’s been a Christmas tree lot and an overflow for event parking will finally be put to its intended use. Whitestone REIT, the company that owns the plaza, plans a new building that is expected to house a restaurant […]

Get Smoothies, Tea and a Workout
By May 8, 2017 Read More →

Get Smoothies, Tea and a Workout

In&Out Staff Writers — A new Anthem business offers smoothies and green tea in a casual environment up front, with light workouts coming to a studio under construction in the back. Lifestyle 2 Nutrition, owned by former competitive mountain biker Lanie Sybouts and her brother Wes Mason, uses Herbalife products as the base for a range […]

Now Serving Coffee & Smoothies

Now Serving Coffee & Smoothies

By Karen Goveia — A new place to get your daily java or juice fix opened quietly in March on Anthem’s west side. The former lobby inside the Tennessee Grill is now a coffee and smoothie counter. Patrons can sit in the bar, the dining room or at outside tables. Operated by Tennessee Grill’s Bob […]

New Store Prints T-Shirts While You Wait

New Store Prints T-Shirts While You Wait

UPDATE 5/2/17: The target date for a soft opening has been changed from May 1 to May 8, store owner Chris Yano said today. A new specialty store in Anthem prints custom T-shirts, hats and other apparel on demand. The Tee Shirt Shoppe, which also has a location in Indiana, has thousands of designs, or you […]

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Slow Your Roll: The Family Golf Cart

Slow Your Roll: The Family Golf Cart

By Robert Roy Britt — When Rob Tremp and his family moved from the Anthem Country Club to Desert Hills, they brought the family golf cart along. Now they use it for lots of local trips, including the short drive to a trailhead for an evening walk in the Sonoran Desert Preserve. They like it so much, […]

Ridiculous Reasons
By February 25, 2017 Read More →

Ridiculous Reasons

There are several reasons people don’t go to the gym. Here are three common ones heard frequently by Scott Skinner: You can reach Skinner at 623-229-8975, online on Facebook.

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Fry’s is Hiring
By February 25, 2017 Read More →

Fry’s is Hiring

There are hundreds of jobs open in North Phoenix right now. Here’s how one company distinguishes itself: You can submit an application online.

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Sprawling, Swanky Development Planned for North Phoenix
By February 22, 2017 Read More →

Sprawling, Swanky Development Planned for North Phoenix

By Robert Roy Britt — Construction is expected to start later this year on a new development along Norterra Parkway that, if completed as envisioned, would be the swankiest in North Phoenix. Think Kierland Commons or Scottsdale Quarter; a trendy Main Street with wide, shaded sidewalks, lofts above retail stores and restaurants, and a town center that […]

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